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Song Parodies -> "A Darkened Sky"

Original Song Title:

"Wild Honey Pie"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"A Darkened Sky"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A short one about a lone He-162 German jet fighter attempting to shoot-down targets in a 1000 bomber stream escorted by 500 fighters in 1945. Hopelessly outnumbered, the He-162 in 3 weeks time managed to shoot down 4 aircraft under impossible odds. It was Germany's second operational jet fighter after the Me-262.
Darkened sky
Darkened sky

Planes up high
Planes up high

Flak hit try
Blasts nearby
Heinkel flies
MK tries

Mustangs fend off, deny

[The Germans terrified]


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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 9

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Rob Arndt - August 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Note: The 4 kills of the He-162 include 2 P-47s, a Spitfire, and a Tempest shot down on dates 4/19. 4/21, 4/26, and 5/01/45. A flak unit also claims partial credit for the 5/01 kill...

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